What is Photo JPEG and Motion JPEG? How do they differ from each other?


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Another question - does youtube PhotoJPEG and MotionJPEG video?
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They're all video formats and Wikipedia says that
MJPEG stands for "Motion JPEG," and is indentical to Photo-JPEG except that the MJPEG codecs have translators built-in to support the different capture cards.

What it means is unclear. In practice, instead of shoved pjpeg and mjpeg software would not care.
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MJPEG is supported in hardware by some video capture cards.
Roughly speaking, faster and better on some hardware.
The type of H264 vs WMV - the first in raspberries may even 4K, the second is dying on it at FHD.

Does youtube PhotoJPEG and MotionJPEG video?
Probably not, why?
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